Cover of the Week (27)

Cover of the Week is a weekly feature at The Hiding Spot, in which I share a cover that gives me that swoony feeling.



And Then Things Fall Apart by Arlaina Tibensky
Simon Pulse/7.26.2011


Apparently it’s too early to find a description of this book, but I did find the author’s blog and I’ve decided to stalk it until she reveals details. You can too… right here!


UPDATE:


A BIG THANK YOU TO LISA SCHROEDER... who left this message in the comments:


Here is the Publisher’s Marketplace blurb (the title has obviously changed) – Arlaina Tibensky’s BELL JAR SUMMER, the story of a fifteen year-old, whose parents are splitting up, whose boyfriend is trying to wrestle her out of her pants at every opportunity, and who’s suffering through late onset chicken pox while languishing in the Chicago suburbs with only an ancient IBM typewriter, her chain-smoking grandmother, and her beloved well-worn copy of Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar to console her.”


Wow. This sounds fantastic! Perhaps I should read THE BELL JAR as I anticipate it’s release… and I think I like the new title better…

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9 thoughts on “Cover of the Week (27)

  1. I hadn't seen this cover – I love it too!Here is the Publisher's Marketplace blurb (the title has obviously changed) – Arlaina Tibensky's BELL JAR SUMMER, the story of a fifteen year-old, whose parents are splitting up, whose boyfriend is trying to wrestle her out of her pants at every opportunity, and who's suffering through late onset chicken pox while languishing in the Chicago suburbs with only an ancient IBM typewriter, her chain-smoking grandmother, and her beloved well-worn copy of Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar to console her.

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